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Friday, October 24, 2014

33 Year Old Doctor with Ebola in NYC

NYC of course, being the worst place in the US for someone with Ebola to circulate, due to the high population density.
While officials have said they expected isolated cases of the disease to arrive in New York eventually, and had been preparing for this moment for months, the first case highlighted the challenges involved in containing the virus, especially in a crowded metropolis. Dr. Spencer, 33, had traveled on the A and L subway lines Wednesday night, visited a bowling alley in Williamsburg, and then took a taxi back to Manhattan.

... and he's had contact with three people, who are now being quarantined.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

so this means the ptb hate doctors because they're rich?

ebola scare is some kind of hoax or scam.

3:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ebola is real not a hoax. i dare you to let someone with ebola sneeze on you.

4:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I still am of the view that Ebola is not very easy to catch, at this point, and one can see why nurses could get infected from this very sick patient. It's harder to see ordinary people on the street getting infected. According to the standard view, an Ebola outbreak can be contained with rigorous but fairly standard procedures; apparently Nigeria was able to do it. Let's hope Texas is up to Nigerian standards.

Bottom line, is my fingers are crossed that the Ebola panic is typical overblown conspiracy prediction crap, and that it will be contained in a reasonable manner. Spooked 10-15-14"

I agree.

4:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

do lp records qualify as a 33 code
symbol? might be - because of all of the talk about how so many people
are corrupted by today's music, emphasis on sinful pleasure-seeking, and general lack of concern for morality and living more like our Creator wants us to.

10:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More than 10,000 people have been infected with Ebola, according to figures released Saturday by the World Health Organization, as the outbreak continues to spread.
Of those cases, 4,922 people have died.

4:03 PM  

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